Answered By: Cherie' Weible
Last Updated: Oct 09, 2015     Views: 8

Loans take an average of 2 to 3 weeks to arrive.
Photocopied materials take an average of 3 days to arrive.
Give yourself plenty of time when requesting any material through the Interlibrary Loan service. Our peak times of activity are October/November and March/April. We make every effort to place your requests as soon as they are received. Once your request is ordered by the Interlibrary Loan staff it is up to the lending library to supply the material. You may ask for a status of your request at any time, but please give the material a reasonable amount of time to be requested, shipped, and processed.

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Cherié Weible
Associate Professor, University Library
Head of Central Access Services (Interlibrary Loan, Circulation, Bookstacks)
cweible@illinois.edu | (217) 244-9907

Interlibrary Borrowing Office
Kathryn Danner, Library Operations Associate
Interlibrary Borrowing Supervisor
borrowing@library.illinois.edu | (217) 333-8654

Interlibrary Lending Office
Melanie Krueger, Library Operations Associate
Interlibrary Lending and Processing Supervisor
lending@library.illinois.edu | (217) 333-1614

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